Blue Voodoo is Big Worm’s 97 Blue Moonshine x Purple Northern Lights #5 F3.
Blue Moonshine (Blueberry F3), originally bred by DJ Short is the “Blue” version of the “White” family (White Widow, etc). A super potent blueberry Indica, coated with a strong concentration of tall standing trichomes. Produces a very narcotic experience – body high blueberry. Short, stout kush plants that produce dense, tight, rock hard nuggets of trichome coated bud. A true “hash plant”.
Along with Haze and Skunk #1, Northern Lights #5 is among the most influentials strains of all time. The #5 strain was first entered into competition in 1989. The strain quickly dominated the Cannabis Cup, winning in ’89, ’90, and ’92. This is Big Worm’s Purple phenotype.
Purple Voodoo is an effective and popular way to treat a wide range of medical issues, including anxiety, depression, ADHD, inflammation, nausea, physical pain, and insomnia. The even sativa/indica high is both physical and mental, inducing a calm but clear-headed state with added creativity, a shot of euphoria, happiness, and sleepiness. Purple Voodoo is a rarity, a near-perfectly even blend of sativa and indica, which explains the blended high. It descends from three other Purps strains: Double Purple Doja, Purple Urkle, and Purple Cheese. The purple genes carry down to this strain, which produces dark flowers of purple and red, plus a sweet, pungent grape aroma and flavor. THC levels vary from batch to batch, with measurements as low as 7%, but they’re usually rather high, topping at least 16% in some tests. CBD, on the other hand, is scarce, much less than 1%. Adverse side effects can include bloodshot eyes and dry mouth, though paranoia and dizziness are also widely reported. Headaches are less likely. A California native, Purple Voodoo is surprisingly uncommon in that state, though it probably sells at some dispensaries. It’s more common in Michigan, Colorado, Oregon, and British Columbia.
12 Regular Non-Feminized Seeds